You may think of this phrase in relation to cars, fine furniture or architecture. But have you ever thought of craftsmanship in your morning cup of coffee.?!?!
I recently visited Mile Square Coffee Roastery and learned more about their bean selection and roasting process. They believe coffee can be a culinary experience and after a few sips I think anyone could taste pure craftsmanship in their coffee.
Mile Square focuses on medium roast coffees and while there I sampled the Papua New Guinea-Waghi Valley. I found this to be a smooth cup of coffee from start to finish and have suttel hints of fruit and chocolate.
Mile Square Coffee can be purchased at various places around town (including Rocket 88 Doughnuts where there is a special signature blend of coffee served) as well as online.
Unique to Mile Square is their coffee truck (similar to a food truck) called Coffee Mobile. Be on the lookout for that once the weather gets warm as it will be serving up fresh roasted coffee and have some delightful pastries to pair with it. And they hope to open a new location with a cafe' in the very near future!
For all the latest news from Mile Square be sure to check out their facebook and twitter pages.
Thanks to Mile Square for hosting me at their Roastery for an afternoon of coffee.